After John Wilson Miller's death in 1905, Victoria moved to Seattle, King County, Washington. Her address was 325 5th Avenue. She died on May 5, 1920 in Seattle, Washington when she was 77 of angina pectoris. She was buried in Section 2, Lot 270, Grave 2 of Washelli Cemetery at 111th and Aurora Avenue in Seattle, Washington next to her son, John Delbert Miller.
Miller -- At 342 Fifth Avenue north, May 5, 1920, Victoria Z. Miller, aged 79 years, beloved mother of Mrs. William Johnson, Mrs. I. M. Johnson and Mrs. D. I. Fish. Funeral services today (May 7) at the chapel of the Home Undertaking Company, Ninth at Union, at 2 p.m. Interment at Washelli.
Yonge Mills, Ontario was in Front of Yonge Township near Brockville. It is north east of Kingston and north of Watertown, New York. It is now a ghost town. In the mid 19th century, Yonge Mills, was a busy and prosperous village with a population of about 175. It had a sawmill and a fulling mill. There were hotels with taverns and a general store. The village also included two blacksmiths and a church.